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Introduction.--The mediaeval tradition.--Chaucer, his contemporaries and his imitators.--Vergil and humanism.--Spenser and the English renaissance.--Milton and the classical epic.--Dryden and Pope.--Thomson and the didactic poets.--Landor and the romanticists.--Tennyson and the Victorians.--Bibliography: Books of reference, List of translations, burlesques, parodies, and imitations (p. 235-244)
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